Mathematics, Science and Instructional Technology Education
The Department of Mathematics, Science, and Instructional Technology Education offers undergraduate and graduate degrees in Mathematics Education, Science Education, and Instructional Technology.The undergraduate programs are designed to prepare you for a career as a classroom teacher and content specialist. The graduate programs offer opportunities to earn advanced certificates and masters degrees in Mathematics Education, Science Education, and Instructional Technology.
|Program Area||Internship||Internship Course Number||Description of Internship||Average Annual
# of Interns*
|MAEd Instructional Technology||Internships Seminar||EDTC 6992||Students in 6992 complete 110 hours or more completing a series of projects at their internship site, assisting their mentor(s) as may be desired, and shadowing their mentor(s). The minimum projects required of all interns are the completion of a needs assessment, a professional development session, a community outreach project, and a resource development. Students in the program may intern in the school at which they work, but will take on different roles, especially if they are not currently technology leaders. In instances where they have more than one mentor they may also spend time at an additional site.||43||Dr. Jesse Strycker|
|BS Science Education||Internship in Science Education||SCIE 4324||Students in SCIE 4324 complete a full-time, semester-long internship under the direction of a master teacher and a university supervisor in a secondary science classroom at an assigned school within the Latham Clinical Schools Network.||6||Office of Clinical Experiences|
|BS Mathematics Education||Internship in High School Mathematics||MATE 4324||Students in MATE 4324 complete a full-time, semester-long intership under the direction of a master teacher and a university supervisor in a secondary math classroom at an assigned school within the Latham Clinical Schools Network.||15||Office of Clinical Experiences|